A 24 pack mixed case of our NEW and delicious English Heritage potato crisps
8 x English Truffle Potato Crisps 40g
8 x Dorset Sea Salt Crisps 40g
8x Malt Vinegar & Sea Salt 40g
We're incredibly proud to partner with English Heritage, a charity who share our values of quality, authenticity and looking after what's important.
Every pack sold helps English Heritage carry out vital conservation work at over 400 sites and keep the story of England alive for future generations.
Each telling the fascinating stories behind some of our countries most passionate food producers.
100% of our potatoes are proudly grown in Yorkshire.
They are then hand cooked less than 10 miles away by Tim and his team at Yorkshire crisps. Picked and cooked on the same day, the potatoes are sliced thin, washed and hand cooked until crisp and golden. A beautiful English crisp cooked by artisans.
The English Truffle Company
One of the lesser-known luxury products of England. Truffles. Aromatic and of the earth, our English Truffle seasoning uses English Truffles picked by James, his truffle dog Jack and a handful of their Truffle hunting enthusiasts across the South of England.
Following redundancy in 2008, James took his dog on a truffle hunting course. Why not? It was the beginning of a fascinating new venture, the English Truffle company. Supplying many of the Michelin starred restaurants across the UK, James
also runs truffle hunting courses in the autumn and we’re incredibly proud to use their Truffles in our seasoning.
Dorset Sea Salt
We love to tell Jethro’s story but more so to season our potato crisps (Dorset Sea Salt and Malt Vinegar & Sea Salt) with his beautiful produce.
Finding himself unemployed, Jethro was awarded a grant by the Princes Trust to re-kindle an ancient tradition on the Dorset coast. Today Jethro and his family hand harvest sea salt from Chesil beach in Dorset. Sold in many of the world’s most respected food & drink establishments, his salt is famed for its quality.
100% Carbon Neutral
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